06 July 2015

Wearable Electronics Reliability Issues and Real Life Solutions in Printed Electronics

We are fascinated by new technology. The wearable electronics market is no different. We are enamored by the futuristic outfits in Tron to the latest high tech fashion-Google glass.

But what are the real life requirements of a typical wearable electronics device? It must be non-restrictive, portable, accessible, controllable, and have both localized communication and/or wireless communications capabilities. The device needs to be able to withstand a variety of environmental, physical and usage conditions.

Does the commercial industry for wearables design for these conditions? How does this affect the consumer experience? Understanding the issues that impact wearable electronics reliability is critical to market acceptance and consumer satisfaction. During this webinar DfR Solutions will review these reliability issues and the Engineered Materials Systems division of Nagase America will provide insight into solutions for printed electronics applications.

Engineered Materials Systems has developed durable and stretchable electrically conductive inks available for the Wearable Technology and Smart Fabrics market. During this webinar, EMS will present data that shows stretch performance as developed both in-house and third party, along with existing and under development commercial applications. Compatible and enabling substrate options will be identified along with printing methods and a road map of future development needs. Wearable Technology represents unprecedented potential for Printed Electronics with numerous valued end-user applications.



Wearable Electronics Reliability Issues and Real Life Solutions in Printed Electronics

Greg Caswell of DfR Solutions and Joshua Chirieac-Marinescu of EMS/Nagase America

Thursday the 30th of July

  • 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM CEST
  • 8:00 PM - 9:30 PM CEST